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This question relates to connecting a Marley Get together mini to a Google Pixel

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So I recently got the Marley get together mini and found out that even if you are connected by Bluetooth with the speaker, others can still pair and and connect to the said speaker. Did I do something or should I use an AUX cable for the rest of my life with this speaker ?
Question by Brandon Venne 10:14pm, 12th February 2018

There are 3 responses to this question

Mike (Admin) responded : 3:59am, 15th February 2018 (6 months ago)
I'm not sure what the problem is here, what is the issue with others being able to connect to the speaker ?
Brandon Venne responded : 10:03pm, 15th February 2018 (6 months ago)
The fact that they can connect while a device is already using the speaker.
Chris (Admin) responded : 3:20pm, 16th February 2018 (6 months ago)
What else is pairing with the speaker? If its a phone for example just delete the paired connection that is saved in the devices bluetooth settings and it shouldn't be able to do this again.

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